Category Archives: Zambia Elections

07Sep/21

President Hichilema unveils Cabinet

September 7, 2021 /PRESS STATEMENT/ — President Hakainde Hichilema has appointed and sworn-in 14 Cabinet Ministers, 3 Provincial Ministers and a Senior Private Secretary.
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24Aug/21

Inauguration Speech by the President of the Republic of Zambia His Excellency Hakainde Hichilema

Republic of Zambia Inauguration Speech by the President of the Republic of Zambia, His Excellency Hakainde Hichilema, delivered on Tuesday, 24th august, 2021 at the
National Heroes Stadium Lusaka Community House
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04May/21

Statement by Hon Dora Siliya MP Minister of Information and Broadcasting services and chief government spokesperson to launch the World Press Freedom Day

Lusaka, Zambia. 04 may 2021 /Press release/ —

STATEMENT BY HON. DORA SILIYA, MP, MINISTER OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING SERVICES AND CHIEF GOVERNMENT SPOKESPERSON TO LAUNCH THE 2021 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY ON ZNBC TELEVISION TO BE BROADCAST ON SUNDAY, 2ND MAY, 2021, AFTER THE 19:00HRS MAIN NEWS
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03May/21

Speech by the media liaison committee chairperson Mr Enock Ngoma on the 2021 World Press Freedom Day Commemoration

Lusaka, Zambia 3 May 2021 — SPEECH BY THE MEDIA LIAISON COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON, MR ENOCK NGOMA ON THE 2021 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY COMMEMORATION; READ FOR HIM BY TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP ON MEDIA REGULATION CHAIRPERSON, MR ERNEST CHANDA Continue reading

13Aug/17

Zambia to Drop Treason Charges Against Opposition Leader – Sources

LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambia plans to drop treason charges against the country’s main opposition leader and free him from prison on Monday under a deal brokered by the Commonwealth secretary-general, government and legal sources told Reuters. Continue reading

26Apr/17

Zambian court refuses to throw out opposition leader’s treason charge

Zambian court refuses to quash the charges of trying to overthrow the government against opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema and refers the case up to the High Court.
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